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... intment and pain. I have a strong relationship with God, and that is the only thing that has been keeping me going through all of this. I am hoping in time, my friends will see things more clearly, but I am not counting on it. ... (15 replies)
... The so called friends that have not contacted me etc... I had known for a good 22 years, one of which my mother took on as another daughter almost. ... (15 replies)
... I stumbled across this thread trying to understand how friends can be so not there when times are toughest. I immediately identified with your pain about how people, Christian people can be so cold. ... (0 replies)

... My prayers are with you. It is amazing how friends and good friends just disappear when the going gets rough. I can definately feel for you. ... (15 replies)
... to take the steps needed to find new friends or support. Disappointed in God, too. ... (15 replies)
... I cannot believe what has happened to my life. I got sick with autoimmune illnesses in 1995. Prior to that time I was busy working, raising a family. My husband died three years ago. We were married for 43 years. He was my whole life, many things have changed since he died. I just turned 60 when he died, he was 63 when he passed. I started working very young, at 16. ... (21 replies)
... Well good on you for wising up and moving on! People like him are users. The world is overloaded with them. They literally look for people to victimize. Unfortunately, I've met my share of them. And, unfortunately, no one will stop him, until his dirty deeds catch up with him. About a year ago, I met a man in his mid 60s, still trying to run con games. Well educated,... (21 replies)
... IL. He had Bachelor in Psychology when we met and recognized my dysfunctional and little educated family. I was an easy target who he could manipulate. Away from friends and familiar environment and rest is history. ... (21 replies)
... It doesnt sound immature to me at all. It is wisdom. It'd be like lending money repeatedly to someone who NEVER pays you back. It is really wise to continue to lend them money? I think not. With the friendships, I dont know how close these people were to you and maybe some were quite close and others not so much.... I dont think it is wrong or immature at all to "step... (15 replies)
... Jaycee777, I am really sorry for all you have gone is very, very painful... devastating in fact. I actually was surprised when i saw a note in my inbox that there was a response to this thread as i had forgotten all about ever having posted! I just had to go and reread the entire thread. That last post I made was in 2006! Jaycee, I went through a long... (15 replies)
... her friends have mostly melted away... it hurts her terribly. ... (15 replies)
... to hear. She went on to say, her experience has been to not tell people about her health or any of her problems because it turns people off. She said she lost friends and relationships when people find out how sick she is with pain. She has to get pain injections, wears pain patches, and she has to act like she is OK. ... (21 replies)
... I experienced something similar to Stockholm's syndrome, where I identified and attached to people that hurt me. This is why I made so many mistakes selecting friends and lovers. My young adulthood was filled with people that victimized me. I was emotionally numb. ... (21 replies)
... Oshooun, I am happy to have received your reply. It is ameising, but I was married for about six years, no children, divorced and never remarried. Went at age fifty to school to learn computer programs in how to do Illustrations. Worked out of home so to be able to take care of Mom. Mom was diagnosed in 1999 with Dementia of Alzheimers type. It is a job 24/7, actually 28 hour... (21 replies)
... ------------ After during and after my experience of taking care of my parents, I noticed that this is quite a common experience. My experience was quite the same. Neither my brother or sister helped to care for my aging parents. I flunked out of college trying to care for them and became bankrupt in the process as a result. I have seen the same phenomonen with many... (21 replies)
... her never cared nor will he ever care for his own mother. Not one card, not a phone call. His wife and children the same. My mother half sisters the same. My few friends were O.K. until there was a housing boom, but when the bust came, well things changed. ... (21 replies)
... Well, I guess it is somewhat comforting to know that I am not the only person to experience this. My Mother, my best friend, became ill and died rather suddenly this past August. I am an only child, so there is no one else. We were very close. As news got out that she had passed, not one person called to see how I was. Not one. So many people just went away after she... (15 replies)
... Thank you... I know in time (maybe a long time) I will forgive these people for what they have put myself and two children through, considering my mother and I were there for them all the time for 20 odd years. But at this point in time it is too raw to put it aside. I have learnt one thing, that is I truly believe it is best to surround yourself with those who you believe... (15 replies)
... ot of my personal time teaching and even produced a play that was very important for Good Friday. I had spent hours helping others and felt that I had very good friends in the church. Well, one day going to work, I was in a car accident. My car was totaled. ... (15 replies)
... ew to ask them to pray for my brother. People called the first day or 2, then dropped off. When he died, nobody was around. Noone called me from my church, or of friends I had thought I had, or anything, period. ... (15 replies)

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